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Important estate planning documents

While many of our Texas readers have a sound estate plan in place, others are wondering how to best move forward. Once you have a clear understanding of the most important estate planning documents, you can begin to make changes for the better.

Regardless of your age, how much money you have or your goals for the future, there is no point in continuing to overlook the importance of the estate planning process. Once you have all your ducks in a row and feel good about the future, a load of stress will be taken off your back.

Even though no two people are the same, there are estate planning documents that most people learn more about at some point. These include:

-- Will. This will go a long way in ensuring that your estate does not hang up in probate for an extended period of time. Furthermore, it helps you decide who will inherit your assets upon your death.

-- Living will. This gives your medical team direction in the event that you are on life support.

-- Durable power of attorney. This gives another party the authority to sign legal documents and make decisions for you.

-- HIPPA release. Once you sign this document, a hospital or doctor will have the authority to discuss your situation with others, such as parents or children. It also allows your medical records to be released.

If you are struggling to understand the ins and outs of estate planning documents, including which ones are right for you, you can learn more by reviewing the many pages of our website.

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